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    On 06/16/2011 15:34, Barry Morrison wrote:
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      <div class="gmail_quote">On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 12:00 PM, Kris
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              <div class="h5"> On 06/16/2011 13:41, Barry Morrison
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                <div class="h5">When trying to change Date / Time via
                  the GUI in XFCE, I click on the lock, and nothing
                  happens.  It doesn't prompt me for credentials like
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                  <div>Barry</div>
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    Ok, that makes more sense now. The "Time and Date" program you are
    running is apart of gnome-system-tools, and it does prompt for a
    password when you run it within gnome, not XFCE. Do you have gnome
    installed as a WM as well? If you logout / login with gnome, can you
    run the same tool under System -> Administration -> Time and
    Date and does it work?<br>
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Kris Moore
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